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Falisa Peoples initiated outreach and information gathering regarding working with MGM

Outreach to Construction Controller, Nancy Hines commenced.

Read MoreJanuary 21, 2015

Ongoing outreach, education, and networking efforts

insights from Nancy Hines on potentially securing a contract with MGM

Read MoreMay 1, 2015

Falisa Peoples signed a 50% partnership

and operating agreement with TaylorMade Solutions LLC. See Contracts

Read MoreMarch 1, 2016

Nancy Hines continued to assist TaylorMade Solutions

by providing insight on procedures to secure contracts with MGM.

Read MoreMay 17, 2016

MGM opens

Falisa Peoples contacted Tobias Thornwell, about available services to MBEs.

Read MoreDecember 17, 2016

Additional contracts Awarded

The business was bringing in over 1m in revenue.

Read MoreJanuary 18, 2017

Tobias starts dating Falisa’s best friend

Best friend stops dating Tobias after learning he is married.

Read MoreFebruary 18, 2018

Tobias Thornwell contacts

TaylorMade Solutions LLC representative, Falisa Peoples via phone to ask for his home and carpets to be cleaned. See text message exchange.

Read MoreDecember 18, 2018

Falisa Peoples discovered numerous internal infractions

infractions that go directly against MGM policies and protocols as well as personal morals and ethics

Read MoreJanuary 18, 2019

Falisa Peoples Hired Holmes Consulting Services

In an effort to remedy the ongoing issues with TaylorMade Solutions, LLC, and ensure any violations were rectified

Read MoreMay 18, 2019

Results from Holmes Consulting Audit

Results from consultants were provided and presented to partners and the partnership attorney

Read MoreJuly 18, 2019

Emergency Meeting

Emergency meeting with partnership attorney who informed Brenda and Elleck Taylor of TaylorMade Solutions, LLC

Read MoreAugust 18, 2019

Communications to MGM:1st attempt to report

Falisa Peoples contacted MGM’s Procurement Manager Tobias Thornwell to formally report the consultant findings

Read MoreAugust 18, 2019

Brenda and Elleck Taylor sent a “Resolution”

Brenda and Elleck Taylor sent a “Resolution” to remove TaylorMade Solutions LLC Business Partner (50% Owner), Falisa Peoples from the business

Read MoreSeptember 4, 2019

Brenda Taylor contacted David Coxum

requesting that the executed resolution and other changes to the partnership agreement be sent to her.

Read MoreSeptember 19, 2019

Insurance & Payroll Fraud, Embezzlement, Nepotism Drug & Other Violations

Brenda and Elleck of TaylorMade Solutions, LLC deleted all evidence, email accounts and correspondence related to partnership and MGM.

Read MoreOctober 18, 2019

Falisa Peoples was unable to secure a meeting with Tobias Thornwell

sought assistance from Prince George’s County Administrator to obtain formal meeting with MGM

Read MoreDecember 18, 2019

Falisa Peoples contacts Tobias Thornwell

changing the EIN and the Bank Account, he helped push her from the contract with MGM.

Read MoreMarch 2, 2020

Various Communications of individuals who wanted to remedy the situation on Falisa Peoples behalf

including a request to potential find Falisa People’s another opportunity with MGM

Read MoreAugust 18, 2020

Depositions and preparation for trial

While waiting for trial, several outreaches to Prince George’s County officials asking for assistance with MGM to no avail. Senator Ron Watson, Delegate Marvin Holmes, Aisha Braveboy, States Attorney for Prince George’s County, and County Executive Angela Alsobrooks’ office.

Read MoreJanuary 18, 2021

Journalist Jeanette Lenoir reached out

spoke with individuals including Tobias Thornwel. Click here to read the results of that meeting.

Read MoreDecember 18, 2022

Insult to injury

Even with pending litigation and multiple allegations against them, MGM Awards TMS Supplier of the Year

Read MoreAugust 18, 2023

MGM and Tobias Thornwell, VP of Procurement, appear in court

as a witness to the defendants Brenda and Elleck Taylor of TMS and MGM testifies against Falisa Peoples.

Read MoreSeptember 25, 2023

Judgement Awarded

A jury of their peers awards a judgment in favor of Falisa Peoples against Brenda and Elleck Taylor for over 1 million dollars. Which means the Taylors loss the case proving once again that MGM unjustifiability removed the wrong business partners with absolutely no evidence of wrong doing.

Read MoreSeptember 26, 2023

The Shell Game

Brenda and Elleck Taylor form several shell companies to evade paying judgment. Several steps of deceitful conduct by MGM and Brenda Elleck Taylor to avoid payment of judgment including supporting them with changing bank and business information.

Read MoreOctober 18, 2023

PNC closes TaylorMade Solutions LLC account

PNC closes TaylorMade Solutions LLC account due to multiple overdrafts, etc. All parties are responsible for paying money back to PNC, however it was Brenda and Elleck Taylor who caused the overdraft and MGM’s removal of the business account which supported their actions.

Read MoreJanuary 18, 2024

Attempted to Dissolve

Brenda and Elleck Taylor attempted to dissolve TaylorMade Solutions LLC, by FALSIFYING state records stating that the company owes no creditors. (see attached)

Read MoreMarch 18, 2024

Summary Facts:

  1. Despite being a 50% business owner, Falisa Peoples was never fired as her business partner (50%) never had the authority to fire and or removed her from the business. The only way she was able to do so is with the full support of MGM.
  2. The partnership agreement was never dissolved, but MGM arbitrarily decided so, disregarding contrary documentation provided on numerous occasions.
  3. Falisa Peoples faced retaliation for seeking accountability and addressing criminal issues within the business, leading her to sue her business partner and win the case, exposing poor business practices, embezzlement, and fraud.
  4. MGM’s involvement throughout the process included testifying against Falisa Peoples, removing her access without cause, withholding records owed to her, changing legal business entities without consent, and requesting her to clean an employee’s personal home without compensation, leading to differential treatment.
  5. MGM’s failure to acknowledge Falisa’s ownership status in public documents further demonstrates unjust actions, hindering her from obtaining future contracts despite the company’s past recognition and awards.

 

Additional Statements:

  1. Falisa’s unwavering dedication to the company’s success and her outstanding contributions since 2016 have been overlooked and disregarded by MGM.
  2. Despite facing numerous challenges and unjust treatment, Falisa remains committed to upholding her rights and seeking fair resolution.

 

 

 

Financial Loss:

 

Falisa’s company, TaylorMade Solutions LLC, typically generates profits of approximately $60,000 per month, sometimes reaching upwards of $80,000 to $100,000 per month. As a result of MGM’s actions, Falisa has incurred significant financial losses, estimated at over $3.6 million.

 

MGM’s unjust actions, including physically and verbally siding with Brenda Taylor and testifying on her behalf in court, have had devastating financial repercussions for Falisa:

  1. She was forced to take out a second mortgage on her home, amounting to $103,000, in order to maintain her residence.
  2. Falisa had to start a new cleaning business without access to records documenting the proven success of TaylorMade Solutions LLC, resulting in the loss of valuable business assets and reputation.
  3. The removal of opportunities to secure other contracts has further hindered Falisa’s ability to recover financially.
  4. By changing the legal entity within their system without Falisa’s consent, MGM effectively pushed her out of the contract she had in place with the company, resulting in the loss of approximately $3.6 million in revenue.
  5. MGM’s failure to publicly acknowledge Falisa as an owner, as evidenced by public documents such as the Operations Annual Report, not only contradicts legal facts but also undermines Falisa’s credibility and ability to secure future contracts based on her outstanding history with the company.

 

 

 

After conducting some research here are some additional ways we can explore to Determine Financial Loss:

  1. Calculate lost potential earnings from future contracts that you would have secured based on her proven track record with MGM.
  2. Assess the impact on your personal and business credit score and ability to obtain loans or financing due to the additional mortgage and loss of business revenue.
  3. Consider the costs associated with legal fees, court proceedings, and other expenses incurred as a result of MGM’s actions.
  4. Evaluate any potential damage to your professional reputation and the resulting impact on her ability to attract clients and business opportunities in the future.
  5. Explore the long-term financial implications of being excluded from business opportunities and partnerships within the industry due to MGM’s actions.